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Jan 1, 2010 3:00pm EST
two months i heard a lot about piracy. >> ali claims he spent years living in the united states, including maryland and new york. in manhattan he claimed he once worked as a driver for a legendary bandleader. fox news can't confirm this but we can confirm that in memphis, tennessee he was convicted for assault with a knife in 1995. he claims a somali man he had taken in attacked him with a machete. the courts determined otherwise. he was sentenced to probation and anger management, and according to shelby county, he did not comply with court orders. the case was, however, ultimately dismissed, though not until 2001. ali told me he wanted to become an expert on pirates but the pirates wouldn't let him hang with them unless he worked on him. his command of english made him valuable in the excruciating negotiations with the crew. >> we are talking about holding 13 colleagues of yours at gunpoint. >> the communication line between the ship and the owner of the company. >> tell bus the pirates themselves. >> pirates on the ship, they were not a stable group. >> they could explode. they could st
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